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Women are emotionally hit hardest after a break-up – but men suffer more in the long term and may never truly get over it.That’s according to researchers who found that men suffer as the impact of the loss “sinks in” and they have to start "competing" all over again for a significant other."A brief romantic encounter could lead to nine months of pregnancy […] while the man may have 'left the scene' literally minutes after the encounter.” As a result, the women among the 5,705 participants in the study – surveyed across 96 countries – reported higher levels of emotional investment and pain when a relationship came to an end than men did.However, that same need to choose a good “mate” also makes women very "selective" about who they date, so they are good at enlisting the support of their friends to pull through and choose someone else.There were more than 40 million Americans over 65 in 2011, according to the U. Administration on Aging, an 18% increase from 2000.The administration also reported the number of Americans age 45-64 rose by 33% from 2000-2011.
Instead, it is important for older people to define new and authentic modes of intimacy and sexuality, so knowing where to find potential partners is important, and is, interestingly, more accessible than ever before for today’s aging population.
Going for the younger guy is perhaps yet another triumph for the women's movement, which has broken down barriers between the sexes and pushed for equal opportunity in all spheres of life.
The change is buttressed by the new biology of aging.
I’d had a longish marriage and then a 10-year love affair with a man much older than I – the cartoonist Mel Calman.
When he died I fell in love with somebody 15 years younger than I was – a Hungarian artist – and lived with him for seven years.
Women, according to calculations based on mortality risk, are five years "younger" than men the same age. On e Harmony.com, men 50 and older are seeking women who are six to 26 years younger.